BEFORE SCHOOL – YDP currently deliver various clubs before school, including: Boxercise, Dance, Gymnastics, Fun Fitness and many more. These sessions engage the children and prepare them for their day ahead.
SENSORY CIRCUIT – YDP believe sensory circuits are a great way to support learning and behavior in school. They can be used to help energise and settle children, ready for the school day. The session is split into 3 sections: alerting, organising and calming.
Alerting – This section focuses on stimulating the central nervous system in preparation for learning. They allow a child that is full of energy to focus and a more relaxed child to become motivated and prepared.
Organising – This section involves activities which demand the body and brain to work simultaneously, this supports children’s coordination, balance and concentration skills.
Calming – This section incorporates various activities, including pressed sensations, which concentrate on calming a child and developing their awareness of their body and space.
LUNCH CLUB – Lunch Clubs give children something to do during their lunch hour, and they encourage them to stay active and involved in sport activity. These sessions can also be used as an incentive for children showing good behavior. The clubs cater for children with all level of physical abilities.
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS – YDP offer a wide range of sports activities delivered after the school day. The variety of clubs are adapted to ensure they are suitable for different ages, ranging from foundation stage through to Key Stage 2. Some of the sport activities currently on offer are Football, Dance, Athletics, Cricket, Boxercise, Hockey and more. By staying active and having fun with friends, after school clubs can be great way for children to finish the school day.
YDP do not only deliver these clubs but also create school teams and arrange matches/interschool competitions for the school.
YDP Clubs are being delivered in both Primary and Senior Schools.